The 47th Annual Hoyt Regional Juried Art Competition features 63 works selected by 2020 Juror, Tyler Cann, Curator of Contemporary Art & Head of Exhibitions at the Columbus Museum of Art. More than 520 works were submitted from a 250 mile radius.
Congratulations to the following:
1st place: “Hands Held Up As In Surrender”, mixed media by Paul Bowden, Pittsburgh, PA. See More
2nd place: “Dry Docked at Cinque Terre”, watercolor by Jody Nudell , Girard, OH. See More
3rd place: “The Palace of Anxiety2”, photo by Francis Crisafio, Pittsburgh, PA. See More
“You”, acrylic by Marqus Koranteng, Boardman, OH
“Side Eye”, acrylic by Julie Martin, Masury, OH
“Eyes of the Crucifixion”, mixed media by Patricia Hill, Glenshaw, PA
“Sarah’s Shed”, acrylic by Dai Morgan, Pittsburgh, PA
“Rope Bundled”, charcoal by Angela Biederman, Pittsburgh, PA
“Scan Me Too”, digital photo collage, Koon H Kan, Kent, OH
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“My thanks to all of the artists who submitted their work to the Hoyt Regional, I am grateful for the opportunity to review their work for the Hoyt Regional. Of course, the criteria for judgment for projects this can be difficult to pin down, especially when such different media and types of practice are represented. I hope to have selected an array that not only speaks to the range of the submitted work, but that includes works that stand out for their creative use of form and materials, as well as ideas and emotions. Artists help guide us as we think about the world we live in, the legacies we’ve received from the past, and the directions the future might take. Sometimes what we need is a simple moment of beauty or wonder; sometimes we need to be challenged to see things in a different way. The selections made here, from the over 500 submissions, are guided by thoughts like those.” – Tyler Cann
Tyler Cann joined the Columbus Museum of Art in February 2013 and is responsible for CMA’s overall exhibition program, as well as acquisitions, exhibitions, publications, and programs involving post-war and contemporary art. He has curated or co-curated nearly twenty exhibitions in Columbus, and has recently taken on curatorial responsibility for the Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art in the city’s Short North District. For CMA’s permanent collection, Cann has led the acquisition of works by artists such as Kevin Beasley, Victoria Gitman, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, Josiah McElheny, Trevor Paglen, and Susan Philipsz, among others. Previously, Cann held curatorial positions at Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, United Kingdom, and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Zealand. He holds art history degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and Harvard University. Cann’s current projects include a solo exhibition of Jim Hodges’ work at the Pizzuti Collection, and, as co-curator, the major exhibition Art after Stonewall: 1969–1989, featured at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art and the Grey Art Gallery, New York University. The exhibition will travel to the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum of Florida International University, Miami, and open at the Columbus Museum of Art in March 2020.